Discusses the role of Arab transnational media in the emergence of pan-Arabism. This book explores the emergence of McArabism, a pan-Arab identity representing the convergence of local tribal identities with globalization and McArabism's impact on Arab society, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and various representations of the West and the Arab World.
Khalil Rinnawi is a lecturer in the School of Media and the department of behavioral science at the College of Management in Tel-Aviv, Israel. He received his Ph.D. in Political Sociology from the Free University of Berlin. In addition to this book, he is the author of two other books and numerous scholarly journal articles.